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August 8, 2008

Written by C.N.

Urban Art to Benefit Chinese Earthquake Victims

I received an email to ask for my help in promoting an effort to assist with earthquake relief for Chinese villagers:

Red Star Press works with some of Chinas most exciting graffiti and urban artists today. . . . “Unity is Strength” is a limited edition screen print by the Beijing graffiti artist “Soos” to benefit Chinese earthquake relief efforts.

These prints were produced in Seattle, Washington and shipped to China to be hand finished, numbered and signed by the artist.

100% of all proceeds from this sale will be donated to Mercy Corps. Mercy Corps is working together with its long-time local partner, China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation (CFPA), in emergency response efforts to the most devastated areas.

Unity is Strength print by Soos to benefit Chinese earthquake victims

The print is actually very artistic and well-done and certainly, the proceeds are going to a very worthy cause. You can visit the RedStarPress site if you’d like to purchase a print.


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